Tens of millions of Americans have found themselves out of work as the economy reels from the impact of COVID-19. A record 22 million Americans have filed for unemployment insurance in the four weeks leading up to April 11.
Unfortunately, when there’s bad news, the scammers aren’t far behind.
Local Business is at the heart of every community. Imagine not having your favorite local coffee shop around. What if you couldn't get your hair done by the only hairdresser in town that does it right? Who checks your teeth when your local dentist's office can no longer keep their doors open?
Our vibrant, animated country has been put on pause. Busy thoroughfares are now empty of pedestrians and previously crowded malls are eerily vacant, as millions of Americans shelter in place to slow the spread of the coronavirus.
Everyone loves a gift card for their favorite retailer or restaurant. It’s like getting money to spend in any way you please! Unfortunately, scammers also love gift cards and for all the wrong reasons: They often use gift cards to pull off scams.
You spend a lot of time planning and browsing for holiday gifts. As retailers prepare to roll out their deals for the upcoming shopping season, people are buying gifts online more than ever. Here are some things to consider to make your holiday shopping more secure.
Data breaches show up in the news on a regular basis. According to Risk Based Security’s Mid-Year Data Breach Report, there were 1,767 publicly reported breaches in the first half of 2021, exposing 18.8 billion records.